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Australia considers joining laptops-on-planes ban

Australia considers joining laptops-on-planes ban

Australia is considering banning laptops in the cabins of inbound commercial passenger flights, amid global concerns about a new terrorist threat. The federal government is considering information a...

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Merkel's Conservatives Win German State Election

FDP leader Christian Lindner seized on the party's 12.1 percent vote as signalling its comeback after the party was bounced out of the federal Parliament in Berlin following the last national poll in ...

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What to know about North Korea's latest missile test

What to know about North Korea's latest missile test

A TV news program shows a file image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, May 14, 2017. The Security Council is expected to discuss the poss...

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Comey Wrote in Memo that Trump Asked Him to End Flynn Investigation

The associate who described the memo said Comey is willing to testify but wants to do it in public to ensure a full airing of events. They've just watched over the last ten days, people who went out...

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Obama's Russia Ambassador Doubts Sally Yates' Blackmail Claim About Michael Flynn

Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper have now filled in some key pieces of the sprawling puzzle presented by the Russian Federation i...

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Trump mulling over Jerusalem embassy move: Tillerson

Since taking office in January, Trump has shown signs of shelving his campaign pledge to move the embassy from Tel Aviv, while vowing to do what is necessary to clinch a Middle East peace agreement. I...

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Trump may pick new Federal Bureau of Investigation director by next week

Comey was heading up an FBI investigation into the Trump campaign's potential ties to Russian Federation when he was sacked, and the timing of Trump's decision led many to speculate over whether Tr...

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Korea reports on South's presidential election

The election of South Korea's new president, Moon Jae-in, has given fresh hope of a thawing in relations with China, which have recently been strained due to the deployment of a controversial missile ...

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Officers, family of slain man await decision in Baton Rouge police shooting

The Department of Justice said its civil rights division; acting U.S. Attorney Corey Amundson and the FBI will be part of the news conference at the federal courthouse in Baton Rouge at 1 p.m. "No d...

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Terry mulls retirement after Sunderland match

The 36-year-old will leave the club at the end of the season, and Conte repeated last night the size of the loss he will be to the club. First he scored midway through the first half, his 67th goal ...

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Crude Oil Prices Hold Positive Tone, Weaker Dollar Supportive

The EIA data is due out Wednesday, but even before that, the market is expected to respond to the corresponding statistics from the industry body American Petroleum Institute, which will be released l...

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USA appeals court hears arguments on revised travel ban

A lot of them had to do with what the president has said on this issue and whether or not the judges should consider that in context. White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters on Monday that ...

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BBC's Ben Brown Slapped After Accidentally Pushing Woman Away By The Breast

BBC's Ben Brown Slapped After Accidentally Pushing Woman Away By The Breast

Ben Brown was speaking to assistant political editor Norman Smith about British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn when a woman walked purposefully into the shot. Cameraman Jason Farrington said: 'Bit ...

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Lib Dems would give public sector workers a pay rise

Nurses are being treated "like dirt" by the Government, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has said. The Lib Dems will publish their manifesto later today with a raft of policies aimed at improv...

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Prominent detentions of foreigners in North Korea

Prominent detentions of foreigners in North Korea

The North detained Kim on Saturday for "hostile acts", the official KCNA news agency said Sunday, adding he had worked for the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology ( PUST ). The latest arr...

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Triple talaq matter of faith like Lord Ram's birth place: AIMPLB

Triple talaq matter of faith like Lord Ram's birth place: AIMPLB

The SC bench also asked the board why there can't be a modern Nikah Nama and suggested that it ask Qazis to have a model Nikah Nama. The All-India Muslim Personal Law Board ( AIMPLB ) on Tuesday t...

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BC Liberals win minority government

There will be at least one recount after the NDP won in Courtenay-Comox but just nine votes. He emphasized the NDP's gains, where the party took Lower Mainland seats and knocked off three B.C. Lots ...

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Netanyahu Denies Asking Trump Not to Move Embassy

U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, right, speaks with Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler at the Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray in Jerusalem's Old City, Monday, May 15, 2017. The ...

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Merkel's party triumphs in rivals' heartland

The exit polls showed the Christian Democrats winning 34.5 percent of the vote in North Rhine-Westphalia, home to 17.9 million people, almost a quarter of the German population, with the Social Demo...

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Excessive caffeine caused death of "healthy teen", coroner says

Watts told Reuters by phone that physicians on his staff determined that Cripe died from a "caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable arrhythmia". Watts says parents need to know that while ...

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